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I have just a few more things to finish over the next 3 days, one of which is this pair of mittens - Kari's All Over Cabled Mittens. I hosted a knitting brunch a few weeks back and my knitting buddy, Carole, had made one and brought it to show me. They're a quick knit and I had some Misti Alpaca in my stash that I thought might work well.  Although the pattern doesn't call for a yarn quite this chunky but I really liked how it turned out.  It resulted in a pretty tight knit to keep your hands nice and toasty. The directions are easy to follow, well written and each row has a little checkbox, so you can easily keep track of where you are. I wasn't a huge fan of the ribbing so I changed the cuff a bit. I still have one more mitten to finish along with: - weaving in the ends on a throw - weaving in the ends on a shawl - 1/2 of a hat - A Cha Cha Trendsetter Ruffle Scarf No problem, right? Then, it's all about me. I've got a few projects lined up and the yarn purchased so I'm itching to get started - just 3 more days and I can! Here's what's next 1. Dawn 2. Versio 3. Henslowe

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  • Colleen: September 26, 2016

    Yes I know how you are feeling. I have 8 more rows and then the embellishments! YIKES and I only have 2 more days. I think I can I think I can …..

  • Cheryl: September 26, 2016

    Somewhere along the way, remember to breathe!! The mittens turned out really nice and I think you will be knitting quite a lot the next few day!

  • krstanley: September 26, 2016

    Hi Jennifer!
    It’s in a book called The Fine Line. It’s a really great book with some other patterns I’m dying to make. Isager has the book available for purchase for $14.95 here: http://www.knitisager.com/shop/article_FineLine/The-Fine-Line.html?sessid=ohkA5ZVciHhCZYYzzDvxnQ0aFjBXScYlyBbbEqWq4q0vqEJ9giaonqvY4A9cAHbK&shop_param=cid%3D19%26aid%3DFineLine%26 Volt is another pattern in that book I’d love to make. Here’s a link to view all of the patterns included in the book. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/the-fine-line/patterns

  • Jennifer Gorton: September 26, 2016

    How do I find the pattern for Dawn! It is fabulous! Thanks for the inspiration. Love the fresh ideas in your blog

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